Nutrition and Chronic Pain

Green tea and joint pain

Marion Hauser, MS, RD In our medical practice we specialize in the non-surgical treatment of degenerative joint disease with a comprehensive program of regenerative medicine injections. We have many patients who have great success with these treatments and would like to do more on a self-help basis. One of the […]

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Can strawberries help with joint pain?

Marion Hauser, MS, RD When people come into our clinics with significant joint pain, they will often ask our clinicians about nutrition. Nutrition, of course, is a very important element in healing. The right food can stimulate healing, the wrong food can cause inflammatory reactions and hinder healing. A realistic […]

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Olives and osteoarthritis | A flavorful anti-inflammatory

Marion Hauser, MS, RD In this article, we will examine the research surrounding the ability of olives and their components in alleviating and possibly helping to reverse the symptoms and degenerative aspects of osteoarthritis. Japanese university researchers writing in the Journal of clinical biochemistry and nutrition, are among the many […]

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Avocado/soybean unsaponifiables (ASU) for osteoarthritis

Marion Hauser, MS, RD Plant oils are a favorite of the makers of natural dye-free, chemical-free soaps. Among popular oils used to make soap are those of the avocado and soy plant. The process of making soap is called saponification. The oily, waxy by-product that is not soluble enough to make […]

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Broccoli and Osteoarthritis

Marion Hauser, MS, RD In Nature’s Scientific Reports, researchers in the United Kingdom reported on their continuing studies on the effects of broccoli on osteoarthritis. The research team lead by the School of Biological Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich and with the University of Liverpool had previously reported that sulforaphane, a […]

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